If you are in my advertising demographic -- 18 to 34 -- the pop culture you loved as a child is terrible. The Power Rangers were terrible, the Transformers were terrible, the Ninja Turtles were terrible. Michael Bay didn't ruin any of it; it came pre-ruined. I loved all of it (I love the memory of i ... More >>
I subscribe to an email list-serve for immigration issues. The email thread can -- at times -- be helpful for discovering news bits on legislative concerns, law enforcement initiatives and social matters important to the foreign-born community. So when the following email showed up four time ... More >>
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda ever.
Unreal enjoys seasonal cocktails with lovely divorcees, learns of a new no-tolerance policy at a local elementary school and shares a make-out queen's Blog o' the Week; plus, how does Bryan Burwell really feel?
Babies "R" Us
Week of May 1, 2002
When Chris Nilhas learned he had cancer, his wife, Beckie, knew she might lose him. She didn't know she and their three young sons would also risk losing everything else.
Despite its derivative plot and frustrating ending, the new Planet of the Apes is deliriously charming fun
Comprehensive coverage of the Eighth Annual St. Louis International Film Festival